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The Poll Attacks - December 27

Posted on: December 27, 2010 9:01 pm
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After christmas verison of the The Poll Attacks

Let's get it started I have to wonder why Michigan State rank in the AP, Coaches Poll and Jason's All American Top 25 but not in the People's Poll? because 16 voters didn't even rank Michigan State they play a very tough schedule this year I say Michigan State is around 20 in my opinion.

Necko still has Vanderbilt ahead of Kentucky I really don't think Vanderbilt is better Kentucky BTW winning more SEC player of the week awards doesn't make your team any better.

One voter didn't rank Villanova that voter is hookem0608 Villanova is a top 10 team but ranks Old Dominion #14 wake up dude.

Only two voter ranks Florida after lossing to Jacksonville really still rank them after they got beat.

Why is Washington State rank after Butler kick their butt I had them on my ballot after they got beat I took them off of my ballot so the loss to Butler was nothing and UNLV at #20 still don't think UNLV a top 25 team still need little work and they will be better around Mountain West Conference time.

Only 4 voters didn't rank Duke as #1

WSUcougar05 voted Ohio State

OSUBuckeyeFan (Ohio State fan) voted Ohio State

hookem0608 voted Kansas

climrev voted Kansas

Jason's All American Top 25

Baylor and Illinois still ranked? why

 

well next week we will enter 2011 see you next week and we should have more voters.

 

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Since: Nov 29, 2008
Posted on: December 30, 2010 2:42 am
 

The Poll Attacks - December 27

The Cougs are ranked because Geze tricked everyone into thinking there weren't any games after Thursday, and the Butler-WSU game was on Saturday.



Since: Jan 28, 2007
Posted on: December 28, 2010 5:52 pm
 

The Poll Attacks - December 27

Necko still has Vanderbilt ahead of Kentucky because Vanderbilt is as good as if not bettter than Kentucky.  Kentucky nor you have given me reason to believe Kentucky is the better of the two.




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